First, a certified, professional dog trainer will first speak with you for a 40-minute intake call to understand the issues and recommend strategies to put in place prior to beginning training and write a training plan for your dog.
Second, your trainer will visit you and your puppy or dog(s) at home for about an hour at a later date to evaluate your dog’s behavior in person and begin working on the plan with you and your dog to achieve your goals. The number of visits you need depends on how many dogs are working, how many people are participating, whether you need help adding difficulty to a skill (like distance, duration, and distraction,) and how many issues you need help fixing. You and your trainer decide that together at the end of the first working session.
You will get a very detailed written report including notes, resources, infographics and / or articles, and related support material within about a week of the in-home visit, plus phone and email support
mIND YOUR Manners
Private, In-hOME training
Your dog's behavior
Ways to improve the situation immediately
A plan to modify your dog's behavior over time
Puppies age 6 months and older
Adult dogs without fear or aggression issues
Step 1: Consult call
Single Training Session
3 Training Sessions
Consult calls are prepaid via invoice. The number of sessions you need is determined by your list of goals, among other things listed here. Single sessions are paid at the end of the lesson. Packages are paid at your first coaching lesson via cash, app, check, or credit card and must be used within 6 months following that visit. You can buy as many combinations of single sessions and packages as you like.